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Welcome to the Google Bank – Your Everyday Banking from Google, NOT a Bank.

Google is the latest tech company trying to get a stronger footprint into financial services. The project is codenamed Cache, and the Alphabet subsidiary is expected to launch a checking account sometime next year. The accounts will be managed by Citibank, and a small credit union at Stanford University. According to Google, Citibank will handle the financial plumbing. In this regard, is…
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9th December 2019 0

Top Fintech Trends Entrepreneurs Must Watch in 2020

Financial technology (fintech), for all of its faults, helps us get more things done more efficiently. Artificial Intelligence (AI) takes it even further, allowing us to conduct business and have conversations when there isn’t even another human involved. We can have online chats with bots, for example, to accomplish or learn a myriad things. Innovation is always on the…
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2nd December 2019 0

Regtech can help mitigate risk in the property sector

If estate agents want to defeat criminal activity, they must be willing to incorporate more specialised regulatory technology (regtech) into their processes. Regtech that features advanced ‘augmented intelligence’ solutions can significantly ease the legislative burden for businesses. These solutions use hundreds of terms in multiple languages to perform real-time searches on the surface and deep…
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27th November 2019 0

HSBC picks MuleSoft’s open-banking solutions in push to comply with PSD2 rules

Big lender HSBC has taken another step towards re-imagining its offering for the 21st century by leveraging MuleSoft’s application-building platform. The new partnership will see HSBC use the Anypoint Platform to build a digital banking platform with APIs that create better solutions for customers. Thanks to the partnership with the Salesforce company, HSBC has been…
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26th November 2019 0

HSBC claims hyper-personalised banking will be driven by digital ID

A new report from HSBC reveals that the traditional products-based approach in retail banking will be replaced by hyper-personalised services, where customer personal data will be collated to form a central digital ID. ‘Banking of the Future: Finance in the Digital Age’ explores how banks will act as trusted brokers of data and offers will…
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13th November 2019 0

The Paypers releases the Open Banking Report 2019

The Paypers has launched Open Banking Report 2019, which strives to offer the freshest and most robust insights into the global Open Banking landscape. The 2019 report clarifies the role of key key-players in a post-September 14th world and assesses how the landscape has shifted within Europe and beyond, highlighting trends that should shape the…
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12th November 2019 0

Retailers can’t get enough data scientists

As the retail apocalypse continues – with an estimated 8,600 closing their doors in 2019 – other retail survivors are upping their game with hard-to-find data scientists Retailers are on the hunt for data scientists, now more than ever. Given the rise in online shopping and the cut-throat competition from e-commerce giant Amazon, smaller retailers…
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5th November 2019 0

Firms lagging in choosing SFTR systems

A large portion of the market is yet to choose systems for Securities Financing Transactions Regulations (SFTR) compliance due to uneasiness around interpretations of the rules, according to Herve Carrere, director of post-trade product management at Finastra. “We can see that several firms are still in the phase of considering choosing a system, or to…
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23rd October 2019 0

Ping Identity reveals IPO for the New York Stock Exchange

Ping Identity, an IT security and identity authentication platform, has revealed the initial public offering of its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the name PING. The company will issue 12.5 million shares at a price expected to be between $14 and $16 per share. Ping Identity anticipates it will grant the…
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16th September 2019 0

Navigating the Fog of RegTech Innovation

As with all markets, the RegTech market comprises buyers and sellers – buyers being the regulated institutions dealing with the challenges of ever-increasing regulation and the sellers are the RegTech vendors, offering innovative technological solutions to help regulated firms meet those challenges. Sitting between both sides of the market, here at RegTech Associates we are…
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12th September 2019 0